Training Law Students to Explore Other Careers

Opportunities abound for law students today far beyond the limits of a big law career. Niche practices in smaller markets demand legal talent along with opportunities in government, public interest, law school faculty, and legal administration. Even businesses are listing“J.D.[...]

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Emerging Adults – Issues and Challenges

Last week, Sarah came to consult with me. She had graduated from college a year before and had gotten a fabulous teaching job in a new school in Denver. She had been teaching for one year. Everything had fallen into[...]

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Leverage Your Talent and Love Your Career!

In our fast-paced, success-driven society, individuals and organizations are constantly being forced to find creative ways of doing more with less. Downsizing, outsourcing and off-shoring have become synonymous with the new business world, breeding a culture of fear and confusion.[...]

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Burnout: When Specializing Becomes Too Diverse

I was sitting in my office after a client session the other day wondering why so many of my recent high school clients were experiencing such high levels of burnout and stress. Many of them are involved with developing a[...]

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How to Improve Your Vocabulary

The Highlands Ability Battery vocabulary work sample measures the client's vocabulary level by comparing it to the vocabulary level of the average graduate. Some clients can be disappointed, they want a higher score. Because vocabulary is a skill rather than[...]

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Using the Highlands Program with College Grads

Have you been seeing more college grads recently, as I have? How can we use the Battery and feedback to assist these people? Many of these young adults are scared, confused, and clueless. Many have never worked a day in[...]

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